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Skating rink froze 5,000 dead fish in ice at Japan sparks uproar

Zee News Tuesday, 29 November 2016
An amusement park in western Japan created an uproar when it displayed about 5,000 dead fish in the ice at a skating rink.
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News video: Japanese Ice Skating Rink Freezes 5,000 Fish, Closes After Backlash

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Space World shut down its ice skating rink after getting slammed for freezing 5,000 fish into the ice. Elizabeth Keatinge (@Ekeatinge) has more.

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